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Presently doing my internship in China (last year of med school ) I will graduate this spring from Wenchou. I will take my step 1 this next summer. I have one year to prepare. English is my first language. I can study nights and weekends and for two months during the summer (24-7 during the summer)

My sights are set on 250+. Suggestions:
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Wow about to graduate and still ignorant that it is called wenzhou not wenchou...
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Hey I'm also located in China! I'm in Tianjin!

Just go with Kaplan books starting with Anatomy, Biochem, Physio, Path, Pharma, Immuno, Behavioral.

You need to read go through them minimum of 3 times. Keep on watching the videos and try keeping each book within one month.

After you finish 2-3 books start Qbank and towards the end UWorld.
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Wow about to graduate and still ignorant that it is called wenzhou not wenchou...
Prick.....if you're not helping. Keep your mouth shut. This website is for sharing info and helping each other.
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Prick.....if you're not helping. Keep your mouth shut. This website is for sharing info and helping each other.
what i said is still a fact though,sad but true fact.
As for helping let me first introduce this option to our dear friend.
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Its funny how people expose what kind of a doctor they will be. The research is clear on what people are looking for and needing in a doctor. The last time I read the research, being judgmental, critical, and harsh were not the attributes patients were looking for.

By the way, it is called a typo. Most people would assume that - most people are here to help each other.

When you poison a post to demonstrate your editorial skills - everyone thinks you are a prick - but you like that don't you ? You are what you do cowboy - Ignore the research, your the man - your just telling the truth - these morons just don't understand the gifted one-
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Its funny how people expose what kind of a doctor they will be. The research is clear on what people are looking for and needing in a doctor. The last time I read the research, being judgmental, critical, and harsh were not the attributes patients were looking for.

By the way, it is called a typo. Most people would assume that - most people are here to help each other.

When you poison a post to demonstrate your editorial skills - everyone thinks you are a prick - but you like that don't you ? You are what you do cowboy - Ignore the research, your the man - your just telling the truth - these morons just don't understand the gifted one-
Link to the research please, ncbi failed to show me any. Btw you were simply lazy not to search the forum. They have a lot of threads on how different users got 250+, google zumzum usmle and you will get the link.

Nothing personal but I have seen a lot of people coming to study medicine in Wenzhou and actually not knowing how that place is correctly pronounced or even spelt after spending years there. Sorry if it was a typo.
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Link to the research please, ncbi failed to show me any. Btw you were simply lazy not to search the forum. They have a lot of threads on how different users got 250+, google zumzum usmle and you will get the link.

Nothing personal but I have seen a lot of people coming to study medicine in Wenzhou and actually not knowing how that place is correctly pronounced or even spelt after spending years there. Sorry if it was a typo.
I thought it used to be spelled Wenchou and now it's spelled as Wenzhou?
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I thought it used to be spelled Wenchou and now it's spelled as Wenzhou?
I think Wenchow though it doesn't correspond to pinyin but I read they used yongjia more in the past not Wenchow.
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